Derry City Council is to examine the possibility of improving public toilet provision in the city.
It’s understood the only existing public toilets in the city centre are located at Victoria Market car park off Strand Road.
These particular WCs are “pay for” facilities.
In most circumstances, the public currently have to rely on toilet facilities in shopping centres, pubs and restaurants.
Raymond Martin, of the British Toilet Association (BTA), is due to attend this Thursday’s meeting of the Council’s Environmental Services Committee.
At this meeting, he will give a presentation on consultancy/advisory services offered by the BTA regarding provision of public toilets.